St Leonards Court, St Leonards Road, SW14

  • Address

    St Leonards Court, St Leonards Road, SW14

  • Price


  • Property

    2 Bedroom

  • Details

    1 Reception, 1 Bathroom

  • Tenure


    Ground rent (per annum): £350

    Service charge (per annum): £3573.56



A large, two double bedroom apartment positioned within the ever-popular St Leonards Court, East Sheen.

This larger than average flat is arranged over the first floor with direct views across the communal garden area. Presented in good condition throughout the property provides a bright and spacious reception room, two large double bedrooms, a bathroom and a fitted kitchen. St Leonards Court is located at the junction of St Leonards Road and Palmers Road East Sheen and was built in the mid-1930s. This attractive development benefits from delightful communal gardens and is remarkable for its surviving underground air raid shelter, built in anticipation of the Second World War and now Grade II listed. The development is superbly located within easy walking distance of the amenities of East Sheen and the train station at Mortlake.

Service Charge

Council Tax Band: D



St Leonards Court, St Leonards Road, SW14 7NG

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